Got your attention, didn’t I?
Need something for tomorrow? Or Thursday? Or Friday?
This should do it.
You don’t have to copy anything.
Seriously. I’m not joking. I learned this little trick from my good friend, Sheri, a million years ago. I usually make cats with it (to go along with the story Cookie’s Week, but that didn’t happen this year and then I had the genius idea of turning them into reindeer. I think my teammates cheered. I’m pretty sure. I remember bowing.).
Get some kind of tan/brown/or white (just have your kids color it brown) construction paper. Grab some red while you’re in your cabinet hunting and pulling and grabbing and hurting your fingers. I mean, you’re in there anyway and half the sheets you didn’t want came out anyway so grab those too, if you feel like it.
Cut the tan/brown/white in half. Unless it’s already in half sheets. Now that would make this craft the easiest ever in all the world and use up some of your half sheets that you’re not quite sure what to do with. You’re welcome.
Okay. Here we go. I have the steps for you in pictures.
Miss Kindergarten says
Hhaha!! Love!! Your directions are great too! Have a great last week before break!
The Positively Polka Dotted Teacher says
ha! I love it! We will have to give it a try Friday! Thanks!
My enrichment class (I know, I'm so sorry you don't have them) got cancelled for tomorrow. Guess what we're doing?? Thank you!! 🙂
Stephanie Billings says
What a great and simple idea! This can be used for so many animal ideas too! Thanks for sharing!
I can't believe you can make me laugh out loud even when you are explaining how to do something free style. I love it! And thanks for the good laugh.
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Miss Giraffe says
What a cute idea!! & so simple to do! Your big hill and small hill wrong examples were hilarious! 🙂
Mrs. B. says
Take a bow because I am over in the 310 applauding you. Reindeer are SO happening tomorrow. Also we could make this into Tabby from Mr. Putter and Tabby next fall!
Traci - Dragonflies in First says
OMG I love you!!! SOOOO funny! I love the craft, too! I'm wishing I was going to work tomorrow so I could make hills and reindeer!
Ms Norwood says
Great directions, very funny (as always), and the kids had a great time! We used the reindeer to decorate treat bags for our party. This idea was just what I needed!